Georgia O'Keeffe: A Woman On Paper, Part 1

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While it was nowhere near as artistically diverse compared to today, New York was still seen as the epicenter for art in the U.S. While in New York, Georgia O’Keeffe developed a close friendship with Anita Pollitzer, from Charleston, South Carolina. In the letters they exchanged to one another, they wrote about “The Great Man”: artist and photographer Alfred Stieglitz, who helped introduce European modernism to the American mainstream. O’Keeffe drew inspiration from Stieglitz, and the teachers who trained her, but it would not be until her arrival in Columbia, S.C. where her art would take off.

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